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A Year Without a Garden

Here’s something I love about Rodale Inc. Last month, when we had an all-employee meeting where we asked employees to submit questions to me and other Rodale executives—anonymously, of course!—this was one of the questions I received: In one of your final “Maria’s View” articles for Organic Gardening, you wrote you were going to leave your […]

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8 Tips for Stress-Free Holiday Travel

by Maria Luci, editor at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen and Rodale’s If holiday travel has you feeling frazzled before you even start packing, you’re not alone. Whether it’s hauling bags through mile-long airport security lines, waiting out extended flight delays, or being stuck in stop-and-go traffic, there’s a lot to get your blood pressure boiling […]

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Playing on Planes: In-Flight Entertainment Tips for Flying with Kids

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer I flew my first plane at age 6. Well, kind of. It was on a transatlantic flight to London, England. The captain invited some others kids and me on the flight to visit the cockpit, and even let me (fake) fly the plane! […]

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The Healing Power of Regenerative Organic Agriculture

September 20, 2015 marked 25 years since my father, Robert Rodale, was killed in a car accident in Russia. If on that fateful day someone would have asked him what his legacy was to be, I know for a fact he would have answered: “Regenerative organic agriculture.” To him, organic alone was not enough. He […]

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Roma for the Preschooler

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer Before heading to Rome this summer, I read all the books and blogs I could find about what to do in the city with kids. Most of the tips focused on how to manage babies (who, let’s face facts, don’t have the most […]

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How Was Your Fire, Honey?

by guest blogger George DeVault, author of FIRE CALL! a volunteer firefighter’s memoir “How often do you get a fire call?” people ask all the time. There’s no easy answer. A week or more may go by without a fire call. Then we’ll get two within 30 minutes. The timing of fire calls is wildly […]

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The True Story of the Man Who Invented the Dimmer

One of the many things we take for granted these days—our ability to dim the lights to create a romantic mood or the perfect dinner party ambiance—was once a dream in the mind of my uncle. I am blessed to come from an interesting family, and my uncle Joel Spira, founder and CEO of Lutron, […]

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Simple Is Better, Or Spiderman Does Cry

by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger A few months ago, I wrote about my newly adopted philosophy of life: “Nothing Is Easy.” At this point, I’d like to add a corollary: “Simple Is Better.” Given a choice between an overwrought, tortured approach to a problem, or a direct, hands-on solution, simple is better. […]

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